Selections + Handy Tip for Photoshop CS6 Users

Written by: Glyn Dewis

Published: August 23, 2012

Category: General

Hey Folks,

With just a couple of weeks to go until the very first of my Photoshop “Know How” workshops I wanted to let you know that there’s only a few spaces left.

In this first series we’ll be covering the many varied ways to make selections in Photoshop from using one of my favourite methods the Quick Mask to the Pen Tool, Channels, Quick Selection Tool and more…

It’s very much a ‘hands on’ workshop lasting 4 hours so for those folks coming, although not essential, it’s a good idea to bring a laptop or even a desktop so you can follow along.

The workshop is priced at just £35 per person so click here [Link] to find out more.

Also on the subject of selections check out this very handy Photoshop tip put together by my good friend David Rogers who runs an Adobe Lightroom & Photoshop User Group website called Lightroom Tampa Bay [Link]

Cheers David 😉

Have a good one and I’ll catch you later,
Cheers,
Glyn

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1 Comment

  1. David Rogers

    I would so gatecrash that workshop.:)

    Folks, Glyn has proved himself as a Photographer & Photoshop artist. If you’ve never been to one of his workshops then make this your first.
    The topic of selections is one of the most versatile tasks you can learn to improve any work in Photoshop and if you work with composites at any level it often makes or breaks the final piece.

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